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, florida. let's get to work. ♪ >>> if we do not address the declining power of the middle class, we will lose the america that we grew up in. >> they count on somebody who will fight for the middle class. i've always done that, whether i was a republican or now a democrat. >> it's the fight for florida. it's charlie crist, going against governor rick scott. >> rick scott down in florida. >> governor locato, rick scott. >> has a hard time identifying what middle class people have to deal with every day. >> help family. we also passed legislation requiring drug testing for welfare recipients. >> rick scott knows something about fraud, because he was involved in the biggest medicare fraud in history. >> you need to have somebody in the governor's mansion who will again be a people's governor instead of a corporate governor. >> clearly you're doing well in the polls right now. double digits ahead of rick scott. what would you do differently here in florida? >> just about everything. ♪ >>> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching "the ed show," come you live from mi
: first and 10 florida, up the middle she goes, it's mack brown, number 33. >> gary: two big mistakes by lynch on that play. mack brown runs right over, was it herrera? >> verne: yes. second and one. >> verne: brown again. gets around the corner. touchdown, gators. >> gary: it was florida last year that had six turnovers in this game. four fumbles and two interceptions. but it's a turnover in red territory, positive territory by lynch right there that got florida in position to score. >> verne: francisco vey lez with the extra point. number 95. >> gary: it start with the turnover. big play. huge play. lynch knew he had it, and then just forgot to be a football player and cover the ball mack brown comes in, he's fresh and he takes it on strong and then on the next one bounces outside and florida back in the football game. you tumbled in headfirst. all arms and legs, looking everywhere, moving everywhere. ♪ you went where your eyes and ears took you. and little by little, you became you. you found tools to satisfy your curiosity because you wanted to see more and do more. and there wa
: across the country in northern florida, the quantity of water isn't an issue. rainfall averages an abundant 1 1/4 meters each year. wendy graham and her colleagues evaluate and model the impacts of industrial and agricultural land use threatening the world's largest collection of freshwater springs. dr. graham: right now, the biggest question is how far we can stress the system and not push it past the point of no return. narrator: both researchers are working towards a sustainable future to protect the water needed by our species and our planet. arizona is one of the fastest-growing states in the u.s. the consequent demand on freshwater for personal, industrial, and agricultural use is depleting the natural resource and destroying the environment. i'm tom maddock. i'm at the university of arizona, and i study hydrology. i work in the area of ground-water/surface-water interactions. basically, the difference between ground water and surface water is you can float a stick in surface water. in ground water, you really can't do that except maybe looking down a well and dropping the
here, in florida. in this state, one out of every ten jobs is in a restaurant. we've come here to investigate what recourse workers have when they don't get the wages they earned. in the center of miami beach, david's cafe is a popular cuban restaurant. for many years its owners operated a twin restaurant, called david's cafe two, just a mile away. in 2012, david's cafe two closed down. but there was a problem. >> where's the money, david?! woo! where's the money david?! >> more than twenty of its employees said they were owed a combined seventy-four thousand dollars in unpaid wages. >> evelio de silva worked at david's cafe two. he says that paychecks from the owner, adrian gonzalez, started bouncing about a year before the restaurant closed. >> tony fernandez worked at david's cafe for fourteen years. >> the workers went to the federal department of labor. months later they each received a letter acknowledging that they were owed money, but saying that the department would take no further action, and providing a phone number to find a private attorney. >> it's supposed to be
to prove it. >>> good morning. we begin this thursday morning with breaking news about florida congressman, trey radel. >> he's speaking out for the first time since his arrest on cocaine charges and dropped a bombshell last night during a press conference. speaking to reporters from his office, a contrite trey radel apologized and announced he is taking a leave of absence. >> i'm sorry. i have no excuse for what i've done. i have let down our country. i've let down our constituents. i've let down my family. >> reporter: during the news conference, radel admitted he has been struggling with alcoholism and substance abuse on and off for years. the florida republican and tea party favorite, pleaded guilty to cocaine possession after being nabbed in the federal sting. the charges, radel was charged to a year's probation. florida democrats are canningster his asking for his resignation. supporters are already rallying behind him. >> should he resign? absolutely not. he's going to come out a better person for this. and i believe that people in southwest florida are going to benefit from that. >
the winner of the east. florida state, florida losing today to georgia southern. they go to the acc championship, heavily favored in that one. ohio state, might be the second-toughest road. michigan is having a down road, won today, and michigan state could give the buckeyes some difficulty at indianapolis. >> kirk: it'll be a great game. i think urban meyer, the happiest thing about his team, this is the best they have looked all year, the way they're executing. braxton miller and hyde, the way they control the football. they're peaking at the right time. >> referee: offense, third down. >> brent: the easiest schedule is florida state. >> kirk: florida lost to georgia southern. >> brent: everybody has put down. and there's the man, under his own power. that's childs. headed back to the oklahoma state locker room. put down the big 10, i get it, understand it. agree with part of it. but be careful about michigan state. they can play a little defense. >> kirk: and ohio state knocking off wisconsin, and potentially a bcs at-large team. if they beat michigan state, it's a tough game. >>
recorrido de impacto visitamos con la ciudad en la florida que miles de puertorriqueÑos han convertido en su hogar. la vida de una adolescente fue truncada y la policÍa necesita la ayuda para saber quiÉn matÓ a brian. hola,les saluda natalia cruz, vamos de inmediato a orlando,lugar preferido de la mayorÍa de los puertorriqueÑos se quieren vivir en este paÍs,siempre se pensÓ que new york era el lugar favorito,pero la florida parece ser el imÁn que los trae hasta allÍ, norma viajÓ hasta ese pequeÑo san juan a investigar,cuÉntanos. >> me encuentro en una galerÍa de arte puertorriqueÑo, pero orlando, florida, muchos se atreven bautizar esta zona como boricua-land. aquÍ mantienen vivas sus raÍces, y el buen ritmo de la isla nunca falta. ♪ >> aquÍ en orlando hay de todo,cualquier antojo o aÑoranza de la isla del encanto se le puede cumplir, y es que para hacer el libro en el centro de la florida van dejando su huella, y le van poniendo su sazÓn. >> uno puede venir,y todavÍa disfrutar ese pedacito de la cultura de nosotros, del arroz con habichuela. >> cualquier otro platillo
by in the courthouse in sanford florida. we are minutes away from the arraignment. >> hi, alisyn. george zimmerman remains looked up behind me in the seminome county jail. 20 minutes from now he will be walked in a courtroom where he will speak with the judge and listen to whether he will be released from jail today on bond. and while in custody, moments ago, his public defender for seminole county spoke to reporters. at this point george zimmerman doesn't have money or a high-priced private attorney who helped to gain his acquittal for the murder trail of trayvon martin and this is what he said about zimmerman's demeanor. >> he's calm and upset and wants to go home. all of this exploded yesterday at the girlfriend's house. his new girlfriend samantha whom george zimmerman moved in with after it was made public he was getting divorced from ex-wife shelley zimmerman. she called 911 after she and george zimmerman were having a break up conversation that led to an argument and that led to george zimmerman getting violent and using a shotgun to break her coffee table and pointing it at her and shoving
breaking news now from sanford, florida. we're waiting for george zimmerman to appear in court where he'll face domestic violence charges. zimmerman was arrested yesterday after his girlfriend said he threatened her with a shotgun. nbc's kerry sanders joins me from outside the courtroom down in sanford, florida. kerry, i understand this is the first court appearance. this is not necessarily an arraignment. correct? >> that's correct. this the first court appearance. it is expected under the way things work in florida among the charges he's facing is aggravated assault with a weapon. under the standard rules in florida, it would be a $4900 bond requested. he'd have to post that and be released out of jail. he spent the night here in jail. of course this the same jail he was eventually placed in after he was arrested in the shooting death of 17-year-old trayvon martin. that was a rather sensational trial with a lot of attention. he was acquitted on those charges. he now finds himself back in jail. again, the officers executed a search warrant at his house last night and not only took away
of 17 on the night of february 26, 2012 in sanford, florida. his parents have created a foundation to provide support and advocacy for the victims of violent crimes. she is a graduate of florida memorial university. thank you for coming here today. please proceed with your testimony. >> thank you so much for taking the time to listen to what i have to say and the rest of the people who are testifying as ell. by nature, i am a mother. of two boys. i still support both of my sons. though trayvon is not with us, it is very important i tried to make a change for not only my oldest son, still here on here on earth, but also trayvon. it is unfortunate what has happened with trayvon. that is why i feel it is so important for me to be here so that you all can at least put a face with what has happened with this tragedy. trayvon had recently turned 17 years old. he had only been 17 for three weeks. e celebrated his 17th birthday february 5 and he was murdered on february 26. he had only been 17 for three weeks. t is very hurtful to know that he was only simply going to the store to get snac
girlfriend. he's charged with felony aggravated assault. alina mucha doe is live from stanford, florida. this is the fourth time he's had a run-in with the law since he was acquitted of murdering it trayvon martin. tell us what happened last night and what else he's being charged with. >> reporter: police say this stems from an argument between jimmer man and his girlfriend samantha shivy. that will argument turned physical and he was arrested on that felony charge as well as two misdemeanors, battery, domestic violence and criminal mischie >> what's going on? >> he's in my house breaking on my [ bleep ]. i asked him to leave. he has a frickingun breaking all my stuff right now. >> that's the 911 call authorities say his girlfriend made during the domestic dispute ta allegedly turned violent inside the home they will share. >> you just broke my glass table and my sunglasses and you put your gun in my face and told me to get the [ bleep ] out. now, get out of here. >> the woman told the 911 operator she was pushed out by zimmerman and that he had a shotgun antoine handguns inside. she al
this year, and that hurt service. >>> in the south, fresh water at the center of a legal battle in florida, alabama, and georgia. florida is accusing georgia of taking too much water. andy gallagher has our story. >> reporter: on the bay they still do things the old-fashioned way like harve harvesting oysters by hand in a time-hon in order tradition. but this is a community facing an ecological crisis. the oysters are drastically declining. and they are now dumping dry shells into the bay in hopes that babies [ technical difficulties ] >> reporter: that has made it so vulnerable. what makes this bay so unique is when the fresh water meets with the salt water out in the bay, creating a unique environment for countless species. but over the last few years there has been battle over fresh water north of here. and it's a fight florida is a losing. >> they have long be locked in legal battles with alabama and georgia. what is released downstream to florida is now tied up in legislative arguments. but activists say the loengs the officials fight the more damage is done. >> we're dependant on the
divisiones del ejÉrcito. >> como un hipÓcrita calificaron lÍderes demÓcratas de la florida al congresista republicano de ese estado quien votÓ en contra de legalizar la marihuana pero luego fue descubierto durante una investigaciÓn del fbi comprando cocaÍna, despuÉs de haber reconocido su falta ante una corte, le piden que renuncie. el congresista hablÓ esta noche. >> el congresista quien hoy se declarÓ culpable frente a un juez federal de poseer y consumir cocaÍna dijo esta noche que no renuncia y que pedirÁ una licencia remunerada para iniciar tratamiento contra la acciÓn. todo empezÓ con una operación de la dea y el fbi, para capturar a una red de narcotraficantes que distribuÍan sustancias ilegales en las calles de la capital estadounidense. el primero en ser detenido fue uno de los distribuidores quien para obtener reducciÓn en su pena confesÓ a las autoridades que uno de sus clientes habituales era el congresista. fue ahÍ cuando le tendieron la trampa. el distribuidor citÓ al congresista en un restaurante de washington dc, supuestamente para venderle cocaÍna. a la r
of zen. >> jon s >> stephen: tonight, a florida congressman is arrested. even more shocking, some florida congressmen weren't. then, controversy at the winter games. someone finally said it-- luge and bobsled are the same thing! ( laugh ) and my guest tonight is m.i.a. will somebody find her? the show a about to start. amsterdam is paying alcoholics beer to clean the street. but you know they're just going to spend that beer on weed. this is the "colbert report. captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome to the report. ( cheers and applause ) good to have you with us in here, out there, all around the would. nations the holidays are upon us and she i don't know about you, but i'm ready for some trink ling lights and frosty the snowman, and walking in a winter wonderland. speaking of snow, cocaine. sad, drug-related news this week, and like most sad news, it comes from washington. jim? >> republican trey radel of florida today pleaded guilty to cocaine possession. >> he purchased three and a half grams of cocaine from
in congressman alan grayson of florida. great to have you with us tonight. >> thank you. >> do you even know what the republican agenda is? is it common knowledge what they're all about in washington, what they're working on? is it all about obama care? is that it? >> well, ed, i think that groucho marx summarized it very well in one of his movies where he sang a song with the lyrics, "whatever it is, i'm against it." and that's where we are right now. whether it's health care, housing, education or anything else, they're against it. they have been, they are, they always will be. >> so it's almost impossible to function in this environment. so, i mean, i would say that 2014 is going to be all about obama care. i mean, i don't see how the election could be centered around anything else. your thoughts on that. >> well, it's unfortunate. the american people have needs. some of those needs are being met by obama care. we still have tens of millions of people in this country who can't see a doctor when they're sick. obama care is working towards solving those problems. something you see missing from t
. >>> our fourth story out front, not quite bonnie and collide, a florida couple facing channels for a bank robbing spree. the couple there used disguises to rob more than a dozen banks in the past year. out front tonight david mattingly. people look back on bonnie and colli clyde. how did this couple pull this off for so long? >> they are a married couple. they live in tampa, florida. and authorities say they followed a pretty simple formula for ripping off banks. take a look at this map here that shows they weren't working very far from home in most cases. most of the bank robberies occurring in the i-4 corridor there between tampa and orlando. just a couple others in central florida. two others in alabama. but the way they would do it, mr. williams would go into the bank wearing disguise. he would hand a note to the teller saying i have a gun, be quick, give me the money. then he would take the money, get out of there. and according to agents, he went to a wagt car that possibly was driven by mrs. williams. now every time they did this, they left behind some little piece of electronic ev
. but florida is sinkhole central. and this is t area they call sinkhole alley with two thirds of florida's sinkhole claims. they form when water deep underground washes away the limestone and the earth above falls in. >> really loud. i thought maybe was trying to break in. >> this family said they knew the sinkhole was here two years ago but fighting with their insurance company how to fix it. the contractors just started work this week. abc news, florida. >> remarkable. >>> a waitress in new jersey has been gaining support on-line after a family refused to tip her because of her sexuality. dana morales a former marine waits tables at a restaurant in bridge water. she said the family left this note on the bill, quote, sorry i cannot tip because i do not agree with your life tile and the way you life your life. morales couldn't believe it. >> i was rather offended, mad. i didn't know how to react to that. >> morales said she deserved a tip and saying she can defend democracy overseas but can't get a tip in new jersey because she is gay. >>> it will cost less to serve a thanksgiving fea th
the corridors of time. time. july 1969 in florida. the footsteps, the caravan quickened, the corridors shortened as man reached outside his world into another void. ♪ today in florida, they go about their lives, taking only a side ways glance at the reminders of that milestone, reminders, images that vaguely jog our memory. >> planned liftoff time of 32 minutes past the hour, the start of launch window on this, the mission to land men on the moon. the countdown still proceeding very satisfactorily at this time. >> time. it plays tricks on us. it smudges and blurs the sharp edges of reality. but we turn the trick and summon up our own reality, images, sounds, to help us remember. >> next time we go internal will be at the 50 second mark. the lunar module which has been rather inactive during these latter phases of the count is also going on internal power at this time, on the two batteries in the ascent stage -- >> they came, one million of them, to this place, drawn by the magnet of history in the making. >> the astronauts, the prime crew were awakened at 4:15 eastern daylight and proceeded to
press conference at this hour by the florida republican congressman who was convicted in washington today of possession of cocaine. and we may have reached the point where the only way to get out good news about the affordable care act is to leak it to glen greenwald service stamping it top secret. >> the obama administration's self-imposed deadlines. >> ten days before the administration's deadline. >> for fixing the federal health exchange website. >> obama care. >> obama care. >> obama care. >> they need to get this right. >> it passed the glitches with the website. >> the website and enrollment situation -- >> it will be a lot better. >> -- is in a better place today than two or three weeks ago. >> the health care law needs to be scratched. >> get rid of it? >> that's the only way it will work. >> i'm willing to work with democrats and republicans to fix this. the affordable care act is going to work. >> i think i'm pretty white, the whitest guy i know, i'm very pale. >> there is good news about the affordable care act tonight. it is not about the website. it is not about the en
una familia se ve beneficiadas. >>el ♪ >>lastimosamente volviÓ a ocurrir en florida. hoy dos casas se fueron por un hueco y tambiÉn se abriÓ mientras los residentes dormÍan. >> dentro de un vuelco de 53 pies de profundidad, asÍ terminaron casas en florida esta maÑana y mientras la tierra se tragaba las viviendas su receta se encontraban durmiendo. >> es tan rÁpido que uno no piensa,francamente. sobre todo cÓmo es de tanta sorpresa, no. >> para el dueÑo de una de las viviendas ya habÍa puesto en sobre aviso las posibles grietas. meses antes se hizo un socavÓn dentro de una de las viviendas. >> sabemos cuÁndo va a haber la Época del tornado, pero lo que no sabemos es cuÁndo va a suceder. y sabemos que si vivimos en el estado de florida,no hay ningÚn lugar seguro donde podamos decir si construimos en tal sitio estamos exentos a que pueda suceder esto. >> y aunque se conoce que el estado de la florida tiene un amplio historial, la pregunta que muchos se hacen es: por quÉ estos surgen? >> la mayor parte de florida estÁ hecha de calizas, pero esto se disuelve. >> pero aho
was not toxic. no reported deaths, thankfully, from that blast. >>> in florida, another sink hole consuming two homes, a boat, and a backyard pool. work being done as a precautionary measure. by noon yesterday, it expanded to 70 feet wide and 53 feet deep. >>> whitey bulger will serve two life terms in prison and then five more years. his crimes were called almost unfathomab unfathomable. much of the case centered on the fbi looking away from his crimes and using him as an infom mant. >> i realize that the actions of a small percentage of law enforcement many years ago caused some people to lose confidence in us. we'll continue to move forward. our job is to regain the faith and confidence of the people who lost it years ago. >> there is closure. a feeling. i've been waiting for 31 years for someone to get convicted of killing my dad. finally, it was said. he was convicted, he was sent out of his jump suit, that he'll be dig in. it's a good feeling. absolutely. it's bittersweet. >>> if you live in canada, and had the news on yesterday, hopefully, your kids were not in the room. speaking on live
went to florida and they are having problems with the citrus trees of it's a bacteria that is causing the fruit not to ripen ploplploply andproperly and wilt on the citrus industry worldwide. let's take a look at it. ♪ orange juice, we americans love it. in fact we drink more per capita than anywhere else there is a deadly disease that is ravaging the citrus trees here in florida. if its iss it isn't dealt with n orange juice from america may become a thing of the past. of ♪ growers culled the disease citrus greening. it leaves the fruit half green and misshape enanen and sour. it was first detected in 2005 and it's been plaguing citrus growers ever ever since. a tiny insect feeds on the leaves. it was not until 1971 that researchers confirmed that it was a bacteria that thrives in the gut of the bug that causes the disease. when he feeds on the tissue or the growth he transmitt transmie bacteria from there. it's trouble. travis murphy is it the president of river country citrus. >> we have already picked these trees once look at the fruit left you can see a lot of wasted energy b
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only, i'd like to yield 30 minutes to my friend from florida, mr. hastings, pending which i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from georgia is recognized. mr. woodall: mr. speaker, i also ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. mr. woodall: mr. speaker, i think back to a time when i was a teenager and i came into the gallery and i'm convinced i came in during a rule because the reading clerk was standing there reading line after line after line of material i didn't understand at all. i thought, why in the world is line by line by line of legislation being read? haven't the members already looked at that legislation? haven't they already had time to study it? what i now now ks -- what i know now, mr. speaker, is that the rule is the only piece of legislation this entire body that has to be read word for word here on the floor of the house. my colleague from florida and spent a lot hours up
. >>> two dramatic stories out of florida tonight. first an astonishing rescue. a car crashed into a pond, the driver trapped when a good samaritan springs into action, backing up until he can lift the woman from the sinking car. seconds later that car was under water. >>> and in another florida down families scrambling to safety after hearing a kind of rumbling roar at daybreak. the earth opening up, a sink hole swallowing homes. abc's steve osunsami has this story. >> reporter: what a wakeup call. >> how far is it sinking? >> it's just cracking. the whole house and the floors are cracking. >> reporter: it was five this morning, and a giant sinkhole was swallowing homes and destroying the peace in this florida neighborhood. >> it looks like a meteor hit it, or the earth opened. >> reporter: it opened up 70 feet wide and 50 feet deep. police rushed seven families from their homes. then they asked for quiet, while they listened to see if it's still growing. >> right now we're asking everyone to stay in place except for the homes we have evacuated. >> reporter: this is as close as we can ge
risch, thanks so much, from st. louis. >> reporter: thank you. >>> speaking of florida, but in a whole different way, florida has a big hole in it now. take a look at this home literally swallowed by another sinkhole. and it is not only happening in the sunshine state. we will show you where else when we come back. how to handle a saturday crowd. ♪ [ male announcer ] the parking lot helps by letting us know who's coming. the carts keep everyone on the right track. the power tools introduce themselves. all the bits and bulbs keep themselves stocked. and the doors even handle the checkout so we can work on that thing that's stuck in the thing. [ female announcer ] today, cisco is connecting the internet of everything. so everyone goes home happy. nthat's why they deserve... aer anbrake dance. [ female announcer ] today, cisco is connecting the internet of everything. get 50% off new brake pads and shoes. >>> next on cnn, your money. cnn chief business correspondent christine romans has a preview. >> hi, fredricka, tiki barber and former wall street man? what do they have in common? one
the first clues. chairman of the florida republican party is here this week. it shouldn't be that much of a surprise and considering what he said about rick scott when he did not endorse him calling the money he was spending and people think that's weird and he has to explain why that's a legitimate way of funding. why do you think he is easily on board? >> both parties experience primaries and that primary is old news. i saw the clip when charlie talks about compassion. here's what compassion is. 365,000 jobs created under his watch. you talk about lacking compassion, they most needed him when they were bleeding jobs. >> one term as republican governor, republicans thought he was managing it well at the time. so do you run this campaign against him saying when he was governor, we were okay with this? >> when we had the economic crisis that hit the country and hit nationally -- >> the building boom. >> that's when you most need leadership. charlie crist said our problems are too big to solve in florida. i need to go to washington, d.c. at that moment in time, we needed leadership. we i
. >> reporter: florida congressman jeff miller is chairman of the house committee on veterans affairs. of the million dollars he specifically gave to care for vets on the waiting list, only a third of it was used for its exclusive purpose. at that same time the waiting list kept growing. in just five months from 2500 patients to a backlog of eight 32, some patients waiting eight months for appointments. >> they will say that we redirected those dollars to go somewhere else it was needed. where would it be more needed than to prevent the deaths of veterans? these are real people we're talking about that are being harmed, either made sick, will be sick in the future or had died. >> reporter: and it's not just delayed colonoscopies and not it's not just in south carolina. the va now says other facilities have been under scrutiny under possible delays in treatment or diagnosis. at the charlie norwood va medical center in augusta, georgia, three veterans are confirmed dead as a result of a delay in care. internal documents show a waiting list there, 4500 patients and the va investigated de
over a flight aiden tant. happened 30 minutes into the flight from fort meyers florida to boston. >> seems all of a sudden there was a big noise and it blew up like. it was scary. a little scary at first. >> we were all startled. >> when the plane eventually made an emergency landing in orlando. the flight attendant is okay. she just has bumps and bruises. faa now can looking at what went wrong. >> incredible photos appears to show a fireball in the sky. the question now is, what was that? is soem are saying it was a fireball caused by a meteor. last month another fireball streaked through the sky in oregon. thousands fly through every day but most are not visible. >> congressman is holding a late night news conference to say he will not step down. this after pleading guilty of a misdemeanor charge of cocaine possession. he was nabbed buying the drugs on a camera. >> i am being held accountable for the decisions i have made on my life. i have found treatment and am working on treatment. like everything in my life i have to rebuild that trust and i fully understand that. i will do
you very much. well, the news nation is following developing news in florida where in the next hour a hearing will get underway on a bill to repeal the state's controversial stand your ground law. it is one of two gun-related measures that house is taking up. florida's republican-controlled house agreed to schedule the five-hour hearing this summer after a series of protests and sit-ins at the state's capitol building following the acquittal of george zimmerman. many demanded that republican governor rick scott call a special session to repeal the law, something he has refused to do. the democrat-backed measure to repeal the eight-year law faces little chance of actually passing florida's house and supporters are facing an increasingly uphill battle. as the miami herald puts it, the gop lawmaker chairing today's hearing famously said, and these are his words, not mine, quote, i did not support changing one damn comma in the 2005 law. he also told reporters this week, i've got to believe that putting criminals on notice that floridians won't be hapless victims anymore has certainly h
. in 28 counties in florida 77 percent people pled guilty. many after arrest can spend months in jail. this is becoming more and more evident as prosecutors raise the stakes. we have seen more crimes increase in terms of severity. as a result of this more cases are settling through plea bargains but not necessarily because they are guilty but they have no choice. they are often handled by poorly paid inexperienced lawyers. very rarely are new trials granted. even here in san francisco we have struggled to fill three investigators positions for the last six months and we have hundreds of cases that need the attention of an investigator. so today we are going to study the aftermath of gideon and discuss what has to happen in order to fix it. i want to thank everyone who has made today so possible, all of you for being here. i want to thank or sponsors, kicker and van ness and jim and douglas and maratel and investigations. i would like to thank all the volunteers who made this possible. kathy, angela and everyone else who helped out today. i want to express my gratitude to the san fran
, a florida couple facing federal charges for a bank robbing spree. the couple there used disguises to rob more than a dozen banks in the past year. "outfront" tonight david mattingly. people look back on bonnie and clyde. how did this couple pull this off for so long? >> they are a married couple. they live in tampa, florida. and authorities say they followed a pretty simple formula for ripping off banks. they were able to do this more than a dozen times in two different states. take a look at this map here that shows they weren't working very far from home in most cases. most of the bank robberies occurring in the i-4 corridor there between tampa and orlando. just a couple others in central florida. two others also in alabama. but the way they would do it, mr. williams would go into the bank wearing disguise. he would hand a note to the teller saying i have a gun, be quick, give me the money. then he would take the money, get out of there. and according to agents, he went to a waiting car that possibly was driven by mrs. williams. now every time they did this, they left behind some littl
bernstein great to have you on the program. reporters gathered tonight in cape coral on florida's west coast u.s. congressman trey radle is expected to speak in the wake of his guilty plea on a cocaine charge. we'll bring that to you, talk about it when it happens. we'll be right back. discover card. hey! so i'm looking at my bill, and my fico® credit score's on here. yeah, you've got our discover it card, so you get your fico® score on your monthly statements now, for free! that's nice of you! it's a great way to stay on top of your credit, and make sure things look the way they should. awesomesauce! huh! my twin sister always says that. wait...lisa? julie?! you sound really different on the phone. do i sound pleasant? for once in your life you sound very pleasant. at discover, we treat you like you'd treat you. free fico® credit score. get the it card at discover.com. for all those who sleep for all those who sleep too hot or too cool, now there's a solution. sleep number dual temp, the revolutionary temperature-balancing layer with active air technology that works on any mattress brand
. >> not necessarily. let's go back to florida for a second. they raised user fees in the la couple of years. the economy was walloped in the downturn. they have come in with a budget surplus for the state. part of the reason is the user fees, despite no income tax and no property taxes compared to other states like texas. >> florida has a t of cities that are practically insolvent. look at miami. the state is running budget deficits. they can tax and see and nickel and dime all they want. it doesn't mean you will get more revenues coming in. it's because bureaucrats are wasting the money. >> florida cut a series of business taxes which is a reason why the economy has come back well. >>ice weather. let's not dump all the time on florida. coming up, worried you miss this year's run-up in the stock market? don't. the informers have etock ady go on tir o rerd r. th cinext. >>> we're backith the informer stocks ready to hit new highs. morgan, hsbc, the bank. you like it? >> this is an emerging market play. really strong earnings and they pay a nice 3.6% divend. >> you like it? >> slippery rock
hit. in some cases the theft is loud and crazy look at this florida wal-mart. in others it is surprisingly calm. authorities believe the trend began with teenagers stealing candy and drinks look you see here. but there is now also concern that organized criminals are adopting the same tactics making off with thousand of dollars in merchandise. even families are getting into the act. in florida, police suspect this family of nine use their children to hit the local toys "r" us. >> then there is the stealing that is more subtle. people returning items to make a profit. >> in 2012, $9 billion worth of return fraud, 30% of that occurred during the holiday season. so what is that? >> $3 billion? >> $3 billion. a lottery tailers are losing to people bringing back items they want to return without a receipt. guess what they didn't buy it there in the first place. retailers are really busy this time of year. they're so overwhelmed. they don't have time to double check. >> reporter: big stores like target have been on top of all the theft for a while now. investing millions on se
for survivors this morning after an airplane on a medical mission crashes into the ocean just off a florida beach. we're live. >>> a congressman caught with cocaine. what the florida lawmaker had to say about his arrest and his addiction. >> i can't have a major tornado in my hometown and just sit back in texas and not doing anything. >> a soldier heads home to help the people in his community salvage their homes. after tornadoes simply destroy his town. >> we're going to check the weather in that area. remember yesterday, everybody was going through the rubble to salvage what they could. welcome to "early start." i'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm john berman. it's wednesday, november 20th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> two people are missing after a frightening airplane crash. a leerjet plunging into the ocean. four people on board, at least two are confirmed dead. john zarrella is live in lauderdale. he's following the story. >> reporter: well, zoraida, a of ft. lauderdale airport.le off debris strewn throat the water. law enforcement searching the water for those two people still missing. wh
minutes. a lawmaker out of florida says he needs help after a court appearance on charge of cocaine possession. so what kind of legal trouble does the congressman trey radel face? we'll talk with an attorney about that case. that's next. the day we rescued riley, was a truly amazing day. without angie's list, i don't know if we could have found all the services we needed for our riley. for over 18 years we've helped people take care of the things that matter most. join today at angieslist.com ♪ the joint is jumpin' osteo bi-flex® elps strengthen your joints.° like calcium supplements can help your bones, osteo bi-flex can help your joints.° osteo bi-flex... also in joint & muscle and joint & bone. paragraph paragraph 10 minutes past the hour now from shepard smith reporting a florida judge sentenced florida congressman trey radel to a year probation after possessing cocaine. >> don't touch me. don't touch me. >> no comment. >> a lawyer shoved or capitol hill producer as the pair arrived at the courthouse in washington this morning. the freshman lawmaker told a judge he has hit
this year. >>> a florida congressman caught redhanded boy cocaine from an undercover cop took a plea deal today before not before he made a revealing apology to his voters. tara mergener has the story. >> reporter: congressman trey radel arrived at court to face a misdemeanor cocaine charge. he pleaded guilty to one count of drug possession. the judge quickly sentenced him to one year of minimally supervised probation and ordered him to contribute $250 to a victims compensation fund. radel's wife was not with him in court. in a statement, released tuesday, the 37-year-old republican apologized to his constituents and said he had a drinking problem. "i struggle with the disease of alcoholism, he said, and this led to an extremely irresponsible choice. as the father of a young son and husband to a loving wife." radel wrote, "i need to get help so i can be a better man for both of them." the dea says he bought cocaine from an undercover agent on october 29th, not far from the capital. agents learned radel had bought cocaine multiple times so they set up a sting operation. radel was elected i
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